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4/8/2017 3:38 PM
 

I have DNN 9.0.2 site, HTTPS, Windows Server 2016, IIS 10 and I would like to make the site HTTP/2.

I was under the belief that simply upgrading to Windows Server 2016 would turn on this feature. From what I read, that should be true, but something is holding it back on this DNN site.

Any insights or guidance from anyone?

 
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4/9/2017 3:34 PM
 
HTTP/2 is only available over HTTPS for most browsers. My site https://www.server-essentials.com runs HTTP/2 just fine. Test here https://tools.keycdn.com/http2-test

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4/9/2017 6:21 PM
 
I am using HTTPS. After doing a great many tweaks, I finally got it 90% http/2. YEAH!
Now, I have a series of jpg files that are still HTTP/1.
Any ideas why?
 
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4/9/2017 7:49 PM
 
Possibly those are not served over HTTPs. Make sure you force all content to be served over HTTPs and configure HSTS: STRICT TRANSPORT SECURITY
http://www.dnnsoftware.com/forums/for....
If you also set a Content Security Policy at your server and configure like Content-Security-Policy: upgrade-insecure-requests you will force all non-secure content to be served as secure content even if the link to a picture for example does not have https. BTW, IMHO you should always link relative to pictures as such and then you never have this issue to begin with.
I have a session on DNN-Connect in Girona this summer so if you want to learn this and more on DNN come to us end May http://www.dnn-connect.org/events/201...

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4/9/2017 10:19 PM
 
Thanks for the ideas of things to look at.
All items are https, and there is no mixed content.
I really do not see a difference from these images than anything else on the page.
 
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